Durban City – Day Tour

Durban City


R 1400 per person based on a minimum of 4 Adults.


Durban now is a vibrant community and a City full of diverse cultures, beautiful beaches, nightlife, a Revolving restaurant, Waterfront canal waterways, and the stunning warm Indian Ocean.

In Durban, we have a favorable climate even in Winter so plenty of Sun and of course the Sea (Indian ocean). Ushaka Marine world on South beach is another attraction to our great city in close proximity to the beautiful Durban waterfront canals.

Durban had always been used as a trade port between Europe, Africa, and Asia. In the past years Ivory and Spices were the big traders but today it is Cars, Sugar, Fruit, and other raw materials.

As a holiday destination, Durban is one of the best places.

Experience Durban through the eyes of a local. View the historical monuments and statues showing our heritage, and embrace the hustle and bustle of the street markets in the City center along the beachfront. Visit the Inanda heritage route, Ghandi Settlement to learn more about our unique rich Indian history and taste a local lunchtime delicacy, the “bunny chow”.

We set off from the Berea, learning about Durban’s origins and take in the skyline from our favourite lookout points. Visit the Botanical gardens housing a rich history of Trees and plants from all over the world yet encompassing our history. Drive by the Jameson and Mitchell’s park, the vibrant Florida road the hub of our Durban nightlife! Visit the Moses Mabhida stadium and if operational take a sky lift to the roof of the stadium for magnificent views over all the major points the city has to offer. Pass or stop along the gorgeous Durban beachfront with informal markets along the Golden Mile all the way down to the Durban waterfront Canals. Enjoy a 30-minute Gondola ride on the Canals. Stop for lunch “Bunny chow” along the Durban harbour, Africa’s busiest port. In between all of this a drive North of Durban to the Ghandi settlement to enrich your knowledge of our rich and vibrant Indian culture/history.



   Visiting historical sights in the City.

   Learning about the foundation of Durban’s History.

✓   Learning about how every population group came to be in Durban, which is the most diverse city in South Afric



You will be collected from your accommodation venue (This only applies to pick-up’s and drop-off’s in Durban City, feel free to contact us if you are unsure as to whether your pick-up location is covered. Should your pick-up location not be covered, we will still collect you, however, there may be an additional charge dependent on where you are based).
In no particular order we will visit or drive by the below:

– Jameson Park/Mitchell’s Park

– Florida Road

– City hall/City center

(Viewing monuments and architecture)

– Botanical gardens

– Golden Mile

– Durban Harbour

– Durban beachfront and Markets

– Moses Mabhida Stadium

(If the sky car is operational that will be to your own account)

– The Cube

(Currie road view point)

– Inanda heritage route, Ghandi settlement

(This is North of Durban city)

– “Bunny Chow lunch”

Stop for a “bunny chow” lunch. Experience a typical culinary dish which references our diverse Indian, Black African, and Western cultures.

– Gondola Boat Ride

30 Minute Gondola ride on the stunning Point Waterfront Canals

Drop Off


Durban City is a special place to visit! There is a surprising amount of History attached to Durban City, KwaZulu-Natal. The great Portuguese explorer Vasco Da Gama was the first man to sail past this eastern coastline of South Africa in 1497 on Christmas Day. He aptly named the river which exits the Durban Harbour; Rio De Natal meaning the Christmas river!

It was not until 1823 that the first Europeans actually came onto land at Rio De Natal, headed by James King from England who was sent to check to see if Vasco Da Gama’s writing were correct, that Durban was a natural harbour. It was true excepting a sand bank in the middle of the harbour which is drenched regularly. According to James King’s writings the sand bank contained Hippos, crocodiles and flamingos! This must have been a frightening scene for western settlers.


  • Group Rates are available on request.


  • Entrance Fees
  • Listed Activities
  • Transport – Pick-up and Drop-off
  • Guide
  • Bottled Water (We only supply a limited number of bottles per day, should you require additional, this will be for your own account)


  • Items of Personal Nature
  • Lunch
  • Beverages: Beer; Wine; Cold Drinks
  • Gratuities
  • Any other items not listed in the Inclusion